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My wife to be and I will spend three days at SF (next week). it´s my first time at SF. So i would appreciate a lot your advice.
1st Day. (TH) We arrive at 4 pm. we check inn at Nob Hill. and probably rest to be at 100% at Saison. i´ve read about them all. But i had to select one ultra-high end restaurant it just looks amazing, i´ll may end up broke but happy.
2nd Day. (FR) Chinatown in the morning, (My girl wants dim sum) but she is a neat-freak and pesters me with the smell of handlotion after eating. I hate it. So the place needs to be 100% clean and near. So i was thinking Yank Sing. my first plan was take her for peking duck and crab at RG. But she wants dim sum.
Then if she has energy i want to take her to either a museum or wherever you guys recommend. For the night i have reservations for SPQR. (i wanted KIN KHAO) SPQR looks great, PABU was my third option. But i will have spent some days at SD and LA to cover my Isakaya, Sushi-ya - And Kaiseki fix.
3rd. Day (Sat) Embarcadero and Farmers Market. Check Out of the Hotel, Brunch at NOPA.. and i need to find the best way to get to San Jose. either UBER or the Train.
Thanks i will report. But wanted your opinion on SPQR and deciding dim sum and where should i go. i didnt schedule time at the haight, castro or other cool neighborhoods. Mission is not really required. I´m from Northwest-Mexico (Sinaloa) we drink whisky not tequila nor mezcal. We have our own style of Tacos, if you are higher than 3´ you should be able to prepare seafood and carne asada. And we even have a stupid style of sushi. that it´s spreading like a virus.
i don´t want to bring that bug with me if i hit the Mission. Mexicans are drawn to it.
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